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The United States and the SPC: the First Ten Years, 1948-1957
|Title:||The United States and the SPC: the First Ten Years, 1948-1957|
|Authors:||Berg, Mark L.|
|Keywords:||South Pacific Commission|
|LC Subject Headings:||Oceania|
United States--foreign relations
|Issue Date:||29 Apr 1983|
|Publisher:||[Publisher not specified]|
|Citation:||Berg, Mark. The United States and the SPC : The First Ten Years, 1948-1957. 1983. Print.|
|Abstract:||United States involvement in the South Pacific Commission during the first decade of its existence, that is, 1948 to 1957, shone in the fields of agricultural and public health assistance to the various territories falling within the SPC region but was otherwise lackluster. This paper looks at the various SPC conferences, sessions, meetings and work programs with an eye on the Americans involved and on the American efforts during the first ten years. The results of this examination will support the conclusions stated in the opening paragraph.|
|Description:||"By Mark L. Berg, for PIP 690, Regional Cooperation, Professor R. Kiste. Includes bibliographical references."|
|Appears in Collections:||Monographs - Pacific Collection|
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